Chitungwiza Municipality

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    Chitungwiza residents welcome directive for Council to hold workshops locally

    CHITUNGWIZA residents have welcomed a Government directive ordering their local authority to suspend holding trainings and workshops outside its jurisdiction, while saving the money to clear a salary backlog. Unnecessary council generated meetings were also put on hold. Chitungwiza Progressive Residents Association secretary-general, Gift Kurupati, hailed the move. “The idea is good, we must promote local hospitality. It will also…

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    Floods cause damage, threaten to wash away Chitungwiza homes (PICTURES)

    CHITUNGWIZA Municipality is today expected to hold an emergency meeting to map a way forward following heavy rains that pounded the town yesterday, causing flooding and threatening to wash away homes in some low-lying areas and wetlands. Some commercial buildings and houses in areas such as Zengeza 4, Chikwanha, Units L, K and N were badly affected by the flooding…

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    Chitungwiza council says no plans to demolish houses

    CHITUNGWIZA town clerk Tonderai Kasu said the municipality has no imminent plans to demolish illegal settlements following a complaint from the Chitungwiza Residents Trust (Chitrest). This comes after the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights on behalf of Chitrest wrote to the municipality seeking clarity regarding proposed demolitions in the town. A leaked internal memo stated that the municipality would soon…

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